Hi, my name is Payton. I'm the manager of Airsoft Hero located in the historic district of Hampden in Baltimore, Maryland. And I'm Joshua Meyer. I'm the tech here at Airsoft Hero. Our store features AEGs, accessories, apparel. We also buy used guns, accessories and apparel and we also do quality tech work. Any details you can find on our website at www.airsofthero.com. And we'll be talking to you about airsoft. If you're a beginner in the game, you obviously don't want to spend too much money on a gun. Because, honestly, you don't know if you're gonna be in the game for the long term. You wanna look for something that's meant for beginners. And something that will fit your budget a little bit better. Once you become a little bit more experienced, you'll learn how to upgrade the guns. And you're gonna learn what internal upgrades will do what for the gun. So you can finally tune to your role and what you wanna do in Airsoft. Another great thing to do is, uh, the people who you're playing with that are more experienced from you. Be a sponge to them. Take whatever advice they wanna give you. As far as gear, as far as safety, as far as brands of guns. Whatever advice they have, take it in, and then sort that out with your own discretion. Also, joining a team is a great way to get into the sport. Not only do you learn a lot about the sport. You also get to experience the sportsmanship and the camaraderie that a team has from working together as a unit, instead of just working separately, trying to do your own thing. Another very important thing for beginngers, and anybody that plays Airsoft, is safety. You do not wanna use shop goggles or target practicing goggles. You wanna use full seal goggles to cover your entire eye area. If you're under 18, I would suggest that you wear a full face mask to protect anything possible. The most important thing with Airsoft is safety. The more safe you are, the more everybody can enjoy the sport.